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Electronic voting for Crossland students’ council election

Published On : 23 Jul 2016   |  Reported By : Prof.Samuel K.Samuel


Brahmavar: The students of Crossland College, Brahmavar had a surprise this year in the elections to the Students’ council executive held today. The students have been voting electronically for the last 8 years.

 

This year the electronic ballot paper showed the photos of the candidates along with their name. “Its real fun and a real experience to cast your vote like this” a first year student expressed.” This is a prelude to the general elections, where we have to vote.

A great experience,” a fresher to the college observed. The software for elections is developed and updated by Mrs.Jyothi, Lecturer in Business Management of the college.

With a click, the results are known and the whole process of election gets over very fast, the Lecturers opinioned. The College has been using the software developed by Mrs.Jyothi for the evaluation of staff and faculty by the students.







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